Sushi Ta-Ke Relocates To Lee Garden Two With A Fresh Look And New Concept
Having served in Causeway Bay’s Cubus for seven years, Sushi Ta-Ke will finally be relocating to new premises. Tentatively opening late March this year, Ta-Ke is the new, relaunched Japanese restaurant that will reside at a newer address at Lee Gardens Two. Taking over an enlarged space within the luxury arcade, Ta-Ke is set to reopen with new design, as well as a new direction for its dining concept.
Similar to its sister restaurants under the same group, namely Mango Tree and most recently, Harbour City’s Paper Moon, the new Ta-Ke features unique interiors from the design team headed by Kengo Kuma, Steve Leung, and Tino Kwan. The decor takes inspiration from traditional Japanese courtyards, recreated through the abundant use of bamboo, paper, and adobe bricks, creating an ambience with a sense of tranquility and natural beauty with reference to the Japanese zen culture.
At the new Ta-Ke, guests can indulge in refined Japanese cuisine from sushi and sashimi to tempura and teppanyaki showcased in its brand new menu crafted and designed by consulting chef Masakazu Ishibashi, whose previous tenure at Singapore’s Shoukouwa led the restaurant to critical acclaim when it opened in 2016. Ishibashi is set to consult on Ta-Ke’s culinary concepts, from menu design to ingredient sourcing, whereas day-to-day operations are overseen by resident head chef Hara Eisaku and sushi head chef Suzuki Masahiro. The new Ta-Ke is set to open late March 2018.
Ta-Ke, Shop G01, G/F. Lee Gardens Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong; +852 2577 0611